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ArtLex: Abstraction and Abctract Art
Abstract Art features imagery which departs from representational accuracy, to a variable range of possible degrees, for some reason other than verisimilitude. Abstract artists select and then exaggerate or simplify the forms

Artcyclopedia: Piet Mondrian
This commercial fine art search engine provides listings of the artist's works in museums and image galleries, as well as links to websites and articles.

Carol Gerten Fine Arts: Piet Mondrian
From Carol Gerten Fine Arts, this site includes many images and a biography taken from the Microsoft Encarta '97 encyclopedia.

Mark Harden's Artchive: 1925
This feature from Mark Harden's Artchive displays the work of twelve artists at a single point in time: 1925. Images are accompanied by commentary.

Mark Harden's Artchive: Piet Mondrian
Images, a biography, and a bibliography are presented here by Mark Harden's Artchive.

Artcyclopedia: Constantin Brancusi
This commercial fine art search engine provides listings of the artist's works in museums and image galleries, as well as links to websites and articles.

Mark Harden's Artchive: Constantin Brancusi
Images, a biography, and a bibliography are presented here by Mark Harden's Artchive.

Metropolitan Museum of Art: Constantin Brancusi
The Met shows online several works by the abstract painter Constantin Brancusi, including Bird in Space, Sleeping Muse, and Golden Bird.

WebMuseum: Pure Abstraction
Nicholas Pioch's WebMuseum, Paris offers this overview of pure abstraction.

WebMuseum: Towards Abstraction
Nicholas Pioch's WebMuseum, Paris offers this overview of early abstraction.

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WorldCat : Early Abstraction
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